A billionaire comes up with a deadly virus to destroy human population unless professor Langdon finds and destroys it following the clues.

The movie Inferno is based on the 2013 novel written by Dan Brown with similar title. Whole movie is a mystery and contains lot of suspense until the end. The movie will be released in 3D, 2D and IMAX formats. The movie theme deals with the overpopulation problem in the world and about a sinful method which will be in use to kill the half of the population.

Inferno Movie Introduction:
Tom Hanks again teams up with his Da Vinci Director Ron Howard. The production of the movie is done by Imagine Entertainment. The screenplay is made by David Koepp. Ron Howard directs the movie in his old way of representing a mystery. The making of the movie initiates on April 27, 2015. The movie is yet to be released in United States on October 28, 2016. As movie is coming in many formats, people can watch the movie in their liking ways. The whole movie revolves around a professor who is without any memory but almost all the characters try to catch him.

Inferno Movie Synopsis:

Storyline opens with a scene in which a man wakes up in a hospital room without any memory. The person is the professor Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks). He overwhelmed with the hallucination of Hell. Dr. Sienna Brooks (Felicity Jones) also appeared in this scene. She tells him about his head injury due to a bullet which leads him to amnesia. Suddenly a female murderer, Vayentha (Ana Ularu) present there. Sienna takes Langdon to her apartment saving his life from the assassin. A geneticist named Bertrand Zobrist (Ben Foster) shows up in a cheap Ted-Talk, who thinks that the Earth is burdened with population and it is necessary to take sudden measures to control the population.
Langdon with some very disturbing visions like beefy man, twisted bodies and many others, was always left blank just like the audience. Eventually, it all got clear that this is all about the virus.

Langdon and Sienna get a Map of Hell. They come to know about the virus generated by Zobrist to reduce the population. In the meanwhile, assassin and local law enforcements were searching for them to find them both escaped from there. Now, in between all this, you may also start to think that, was Zobrist so dumb that he left clues one after another so that a mysterious third party can find it with the help of map of hell. Clue after clue like Vasari’s painting, Duomo, to Venice, Istanbul and on and on.

Now it is revealed to them that the assassins are working for Zobrist whereas the armed forces belong to the World Health Organization (WHO) which is headed by Elizabeth Sinskey (Sidse Babett Knudsen). The authority tries to prevent the discharge of virus. Meanwhile Langdon comes to know about that the virus is in the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul. Suddenly a twist came in the story when Sienna reveals that she is the lover of the late Zobrist. Later Langdon was captured and drugged so as to bring a memory loss.

In the end the virus is secured by the WHO team with Langdon. You leave the theaters with a thought like, if you trust anyone who is under 35, you going to end up with a memory loss.

Inferno Movie Starcasts:

Tom Hanks as Robert Langdon plays a lead role in the movie. The Forest Gump actor is struggling to take that rhythm back on box office. His last collaboration with Ron Howard was Da Vinci Code, which was quite a controversial one in many countries.This one is full of twists and turns on every step such as the Felicity Jones as Sienna, who later comes to be as villain of the movie. The scientist Ben Foster act as Zobrist has provided the base to the whole movie as the main mission of the movie is to stop to release the virus. Irrfan Khan plays Harry Sims in the movie as the head of a private security firm. Thus, many supporting actors and actresses have given their best in it to push it to the top.

Inferno Movie Review:

Critics have been showing mixed responses on Inferno but mostly it has not done that well on review charts. Although movie is full of suspenses and puzzles that manages to hold the attention and put in the quest in the whole movie, still it failed to impress as Ron Howard did last time. Dan Brown’s novel is certainly very impressive as compared to the movie because of a little different perspectives. Movie is all about saving the humanity whereas Brown ended up with saying something very similar to Zobrist about the human population. Some book readers might find it unpleasing but filmmakers have tried to change the concept a bit.

Inferno ‘ Movie Focus In News:

‘Viewers Overseas Loved Inferno’
Prior to its US release, Tom Hanks starrer has been a success overseas with a good hit of $50 million from its over 50 markets worldwide. The idea of releasing it in the domestic market after the worldwide release might seems to work out. It will be interesting to see how local audience will respond to it after such mixed reviews.

‘Why Ron Howard Thinks Inferno is a Horror Movie’
Ron Howard is someone known to pull out brilliance from nothing. Oscar winning director is now on his third successor, Inferno after Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons to bring professor Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks) on big screen. But this movie is unexpectedly a movie of horror genre. That’s right, he is serving horror element for the first time and when asked about this same, he explained:

“I’m glad you picked up on that, because that’s something that’s not necessarily in the book. Although what Dan Brown gives us is Dante Alighieri and his depiction of hell. And he basically invented the imagery that we assign to hell. … He was inventing the horror movie! Because so many of these tortures for the sinners were the moments that you’ve seen in all the great films, whether it’s something bursting out of a chest or wrapping around your throat. It was shocking! And I thought, if Langdon and the clue path were going through a kind of a hellish gauntlet, and so many of the clues are buried in Dante’s hell, I should use the imagery. And it was a blast. And you right, this was new territory for me, which of course is what I’m always looking for as a director anyway.”

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